Unfortunately most beginners do not always know their goals they are after or, more often, they are too embarrassed to reveal them. But if you want to have Jennifer Lopez's derrière, don't tell your trainer your goal is to get toned. Say, I want to have a bum to die for! Believe me, he or she is more vain than you are!
The basis of the experiment proved addictive qualities of certain foods by how long rats who had enjoyed Oreos on a particular side of a maze spent on that same side when Oreos weren't there, waiting for them to be 'delivered' to the ground that they (the rats) were familiar with finding the cookies-concluding that Oreos are at least as addictive as cocaine.
While technology has been a pervasive force in fitness, sports and training for sometime, it's the way it has entered into our bedrooms that has gotten a bit more interesting. From late night tweets from your trainer and Pilates studios looking for Facebook 'Likes' to monitoring your every move with a Fitbit-Jawbone-Fuelband device, fitness went hi-tech in at least, say, 2011.